Ellis Island, New York
This was an Immigration Detention Station, opened on December 1, 1941 and closed in June of 1944. It held Japanese immigrants on the East Coast right after the attack on Pearl Harbor and various other foreign nationals.
Its peak population was 608.
A 1942 letter about complaints from the Japanese on Ellis Island.
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